The Lord of the Rings Bilbo Baggins in Bag End 1:6 Scale Limited Edition Statue:
- An iconic scene, recreated in celebration of the 20th Anniversary!
- Includes miniature versions of the original film paper props, created by calligrapher Daniel Reeve!
- Expertly sculpted by Daniel Cockersell, David Tremont, and Leonard Ellis;
- Featuring exactly 111 miniature items from Bilbo Baggins study and includes loose paper props which can be positioned as desired!
On the Morning of his one-hundred and eleventh birthday, the eccentric master of Bag End huddles amid a jumble of paper and books in his study, his quill a blur as he scratches at his memoir. Fans can relive that iconic moment in this unbelievable limited edition statue of Bilbo Baggins in Bag End! What began as a small idea, grew into an amazing statue filled with over a 100 miniature props and hidden easter eggs to recreate a beautiful story of Bilbo in his home. As a bonus, collectors can enjoy adding their own personal touch to the statue by placing miniature letters any where they wish! In addition to this release, don't forget to check out the Bilbo Baggins at Desk 1:6 Scale Statue which highlights Bilbo at his writing desk (sold separately). Item measures about 20 1/2-inches long x 11 1/2-inches tall x 14-inches deep and comes packaged in a closed box.
Miraculously hale for one of his advanced years, Bilbo Baggins is no ordinary Hobbit. A small person he might be, but his has been a long and storied life, and he pursues the self-appointed duty to record it in every detail with a furious fervor. Gossip and disapproval swirl among the respectable citizens of Hobbiton where the old bachelor is concerned. "He entertains Dwarves," they mutter under furrowed brows. ""He talks to Elves and consorts with Wizards." Wide-eyed children hang on the tales of Bilbo's adventures, while parents tut-tut and shake their heads, suppressing ‘unhealthy curiosity' while NOT listening with an attentive ear. "That old Bilbo's not right in the head; too much of a Took," they proclaim a little too loudly. "But there is gold in Bag End," they whisper to one another with furtive glances, "And other secrets, besides." Bilbo laughs at the provincial mutterings of his neighbors and loves them just the same. They'll never grasp what he has seen, but some among them show promise. It is for Bilbo's young cousin Frodo, and some other Hobbits like him, that he is compelled to write. Age creeps upon Bilbo, little by little, and that Tookishness in his blood stirs wistful; thoughts of far off mountains and friends long gone. His mind is made up; plans are set. Now all he needs is time to finish what he has begun, if they'd just stop ringing the bell!